- #1

- 20

- 0

## Homework Statement

A quantity, d, depends on the angular frequency in the following manner:

d=ω C √(l/g) sin(ω K √(l/g))

Determine the units of C and K

## Homework Equations

d=m

ω= sec

^{-1}

l=m

g=m/s

^{2}

I substituted this into the equation

m=s^(-1) C √(m/(m/s^2 )) sin(s^(-1) K √(m/(m/s^2 )) )

## The Attempt at a Solution

I believe that when you take the sin of the brackets all the units in that bracket would have to become unit less. Therefore K would be a unit less constant?

And by cancellation C would have to be Meters for d to be meters?

Am i right in treating the equation as two separate parts?